Diana Wallace is a faculty instructor in the Graduate Counseling and Art Therapy Program. She is a supervising licensed professional clinical counselor and a board-certified registered art therapist. She brings years of experience working with low- income children and families treating severe trauma, anxiety, and depressive disorders, and disruptive, impulse-control, and conduct disorders. As an alumna of Ursuline College, she feels honored to be able to educate the next generation of professional counselors and art therapists. Professional interests include creative and evidenced-based trauma approaches to treatment, projective assessments, child and adolescent art therapy, and research. Personal interests include gardening, ceramics, reading, and camping.